Kappabindu to kabara

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kappabindu : [nt.] a small black dot made on a monk's robe.

kappara : [m.] the elbow.

kapparappahāra : [m.] a blow from elbow.

kapparukkha : [m.] a celestial tree fulfilling all wishes.

kappavināsa : [m.] destruction of the world.

kappavināsaka : [adj.] consuming the world.

kappāvasesa : [m.] remainder of an aeon.

kappāsa : [nt.] cotton.

kappāsapaṭala : [nt.] a layer of cotton.

kappāsamaya : [adj.] made of cotton.

kappāsika : [adj.] made of cotton.

kappāsika-sukhuma : [nt.] a fine musline.

kappāsī : [m.] the cotton plant.

kappika : [adj.] (in cpds.), belonging to a world cycle.

kappita : [pp. of kappeti] prepared; harnessed; trimmed; considered; made; led (one's life).

kappiya : [adj.] appropriate; lawful; proper.

kappiyakāraka : [m.] an attendant of a monk; one who provides appropriate things.

kappiyabhaṇḍa : [nt.] things allowable to the monks.

kappūra : [m.; nt.] camphor.

kappeti : [kapp + e] prepares; harnesses; trims; considers; makes; leads (one's life).

kappetvā : [abs. of kappeti] having harnessed, or prepared.

kappenta : [pr.p. of kappeti] preparing; harnessing; trimming; considering; making; leading (one's life).

kappesi : [aor. of kappeti] prepared; harnessed; trimmed; considered; made; led (one's life).

kabandha : [m.] headless (trunk of the) body.

kabara : [adj.] spotted; variegated.